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Re: [O] quote block interrupts text?

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] quote block interrupts text?
Date: Thu, 21 Jan 2016 10:35:19 +0100


Lawrence Bottorff <address@hidden> writes:

> I've got this
> ** The quick red fox
>    red foxes are great
>    #+END_QUOTE
>    jumped over the lazy brown dog.
> But when I export to HTML I see the
> <div id="outline-container-orgheadline5" class="outline-3">
>    <h3 id="orgheadline5">
>       <span class="section-number-3">1.5</span>
>            The quick red fox
>     </h3>
>     <div id="text-1-5" class="outline-text-3">
>        <blockquote>
>             <p>Red foxes are great.</p>
>        </blockquote>
>        <p> jumped over the lazy brown dog.</p>
>    </div>
> </div>
> That is, the export is introducing <p> when the level's text resumes after
> the quote, forcing me to pick through my style.css and change everything
> individually, e.g., font-size.

As their name suggest, quote (or src, etc.) /blocks/ are not inline.
When you start one, you end the currently running paragraph. Once the
block is over, you start another one.

> What I need is for the "jumped over the lazy dog." to not be in
> <p></p> under the <div id="text-1-5" class="outline-text-3"> but
> outside it, i.e., at the same level as the first block of text.
> Basically, I want a way to insert quotes, code blocks, whatever and
> not have it twist up the HTML.

Now, I do not fully understand your request. "the first block of text"
is the title, right? Everything but the title is located within <div
id="text-1-5" class="outline-text-3">.

Anyway, it would help to now what you really want to achieve with your
Org document.


Nicolas Goaziou

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